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NORTON TO LEAD ELI RELAY AGAINST CRIMSON SATURDAY

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New Haven, Conn., January 31, 1925--The personnel of the Yale relay team which will face the University two mile event in the race which will be held Saturday night at the B. A. A. games was announced yesterday by Captain Bayes Norton '26 of the Yale track team.

Captain Norton himself will run the anchor position, and will pick his other three men from Berger, Evans, Ferry, McLaughlin, Scoville, and Vositor. A final trial will be held on Wednesday or Thursday to determine who these men will be.

Norton beat Miller of the University in the dash of the Harvard-Yale meet last spring, winning three places in all, but Miller turned the tables places in all, but Miller turned the tables in the Harvard-Yale-Oxford-Cambridge meet. Norton was also a star at the Olympic games in Paris in 1924, when Miller was not among the entrants.

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